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1508 Marinette Ave
Marinette, WI 54143
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Birch Creek Music Performance Center is a summer music school in Door County, Wisconsin for advanced young musicians. Students are taught by nationally-known performance artists and educators during the day and perform alongside them in concerts at night. Four sessions focus on symphony, percussion and steelpan, and big band jazz (two sessions).
America's oldest professional resident summer theater, established in 1935, the Peninsula Players in Door County continually provides professional productions of classic and contemporary literature. Located between Fish Creek and Egg Harbor off State Highway 42, the Peninsula Players Theatre is situated in a cedar forest overlooking Green Bay.
Opened in 1991, the Door Community Auditorium is a cultural hub of the city. Throughout the year, it hosts expositions, concerts, art festivals, cinema screenings, dance performances and similar events. The idea is to explore different creative avenues and entertain audiences with amazing shows. Apart from that, it also conducts specialized educational programs and workshops for students. This auditorium can accommodate 750 guests and is equipped with modern facilities. For complete details and event schedule, check website or call ahead.
The American Folklore Theatre presents original plays based on American folk culture. Performances in Fish Creek are held at the AFT Amphitheatre in Peninsula State Park at 10169 Shore Road and Old Gibraltar Town Hall at 4176 Maple Street. Enjoy performances in Ephraim at Ephraim Village Hall at 9996 Water Street.
This local drive in movie theater features all the latest films and blockbusters. Aslo features a snack bar.
Formerly known as Donna theater, Third Avenue Playhouse or fondly named as TAP, has been staging theater shows since 2000. The theater hosts events like drama and live music performances not only by native contemporary artists, but also by acclaimed artists across the country. Locals flock to Third Avenue for its exceptional play and drama productions. The theater extends its support to native talent by hosting regular classes and workshops. It is also affiliated with local non-profit organizations and has been facilitated as Door County Visitor Bureau’s Pride in Place award.
Entertaining families and couples since 1950, Skyway Drive-In Theatre is a popular name among the locals of Wisconsin. This theater is a lovely-single screen, drive-in theater which allows visitors to enjoy movies sitting inside the comfort of their cars. The equipment at the theater has improved in the years that have passed but the owners have managed to keep the old-school charm alive. Movie goers now, can tune into their car radios for clearer acoustics, while traditional speakers are available for front row patrons. Snacks in the form of buttery popcorn, nachos and beverages are available at the snack bar to keep your palate company. Pets are allowed too, but you need to keep them on the leash all the time. At really affordable prices, Skyway Drive-In Theatre gives you an experience that will beckon you back for soon.